Sites of Resistance: Collective Thought and Action
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Sites of Resistance: Collective Thought and Action

Sites of Resistance: Collective Thought and Action

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70 Oxford St

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M1 5NH

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Three consecutive events all running Thursday evenings 6pm - 8pm at Number 70 Oxford Rd in OX G.09 & OX LB.02

All events are free but separate booking is necessary

Event 2 - March 16th 'Sites of Resistance: Collective Thought and Action'

This panel session will consider the potential value of linking struggles for justice across a range of different issues or events, and specifically the role of the academic who may work alongside campaigners and activists. Speakers with experience of working across a number of justice campaigns will consider the strategies used to collectively ask questions of the State in order to bring about wider notions of justice.

‘We fight the same battles over and over again. They are never won for eternity, but in the process of struggling together, in community, we learn how to glimpse new possibilities that otherwise would never have become apparent to us, and in the process we expand and enlarge our very notion of freedom’ (Angela Y Davis, 2009 ‘Difficult Dialogues’)

Confirmed speakers include…

Joanna Gilmore @JoannaGilmore

Adam Elliott-Cooper@adamec87

Steve Tombs @steve_tombs

Kathryn Chadwick

Event conveners.

The ‘Sites of Resistance’ events are convened by Kathryn Chadwick, Becky Clarke and Patrick Williams from the Sociology Department at MMU. It is our view that constructs of ‘crime’ and the process of criminalisation should be subject to academic and political challenge. Yet we know that definitions of ‘crime’ and the state’s response to the ‘crime problem’ continue to have a disproportionate impact within certain communities. Through our teaching, research and wider work with communities we are seeking to examine and expose the marginalisation and criminalisation of particular groups, reflected in the continued ‘othering’ of individuals in society generally, and criminal justice specifically.


Event 1 - March 9th 'Sites of Resistance: Speaking Truth to Power' please book here: https://sites-of-resistance.eventbrite.com

Event 3 - March 23rd 'Sites of Resistance: Giving Voice to the Next Generation' - please book here: sites-of-resistance-3.eventbrite.com


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